AMD ATI Radeon Chips Comparison Table and more
Posted on: 04/27/2013 12:12 PM
Here a roundup of today's reviews, including AMD ATI Radeon Chips Comparison Table, The 463rd review of the first Steve Jobs movie, A quick look at BitFenix's Prodigy enclosure, Core i7-4770K Box Art Revealed?, and Video Perspective: Corsair Obsidian Series 350D Case Review
AMD ATI Radeon Chips Comparison Table @ Hardware Secrets
A table comparing the basic technical specs of all AMD ATI Radeon graphics chips available on the market, from the Radeon 9200 to the Radeon HD 7990. Updated to include the Radeon HD 7990.
With more and more graphics chips being released every day, it became very complicated for the user who does not follow the video card market to know the differences among all AMD (ATI) graphic chips on the market today. To facilitate knowing and understanding the differences among major AMD (ATI) chips, we have compiled the following table.
Read more: AMD ATI Radeon Chips Comparison Table @ Hardware SecretsThe 463rd review of the first Steve Jobs movie @ The Tech Report
In his latest blog post, TR contributor Jason Fox shares his thoughts on FunnyOrDie's satirical Steve Jobs biopic.
Read more: The 463rd review of the first Steve Jobs movie @ The Tech ReportA quick look at BitFenix's Prodigy enclosure @ The Tech Report
With support for tall coolers, long graphics cards, and loads of hard drives, the BitFenix Prodigy isn't your average Mini-ITX chassis. We take a quick look at this builder-friendly beast of a mini tower.
Read more: A quick look at BitFenix's Prodigy enclosure @ The Tech ReportTenda W300M Wireless N300 Portable AP/Router Review @ KitGuru
Wireless networks in hotels and other locations are becoming commonplace, but that doesnt mean that they are cheap to use, reliable or secure. Tendas W300M portable access point/router aims to solve those problems by converting the more secure port-based internet connection to a personalised wireless network.
Read more: Tenda W300M Wireless N300 Portable AP/Router Review @ KitGuruCrucial M500 480GB Solid-State Drive Review @ Legit Reviews
If you've been waiting for the time when a near 1TB SSD has a reasonable cost per GB price tag, Crucial may have something for you. Their new M500 series has drives available from 120GB to 960GB and feature the latest iteration of the Marvell controller and some updated architecture to match. Have a read to see how well it compares to the latest drives from other makers.
It's been awhile since we've seen any major drive updates from Crucial but wait we will no longer. With the M500 Series of drives, we not only see an updated controller but also some new NAND configurations and a massive 960GB SSD for a price that won't cause convulsions. We didn't get our hands on the 960GB version, but we were able to procure the next highest capacity of 480GB which should make for an interesting evaluation. Inside, Crucial has placed an updated Marvell controller along with 20nm NAND with some architectural changes that we'll discuss a bit more...
Read more: Crucial M500 480GB Solid-State Drive Review @ Legit ReviewsHWBOT TeamCup 2013 Stage 4 @ Madshrimps
The Team Cup 2013 is in full progress. The sandbagging strategy of most of the teams is set into overdrive. Till now no one besides a polish team has started off stage 4 of the Team Cup. Main objective is to share our passion for high speed and extreme cooling methods with an unknown audience.
First stop was at the MSI OC event, which took place at the CDROMLAND shop in the Netherlands. But the team of Madshrimps also got a nice get together at the Tones shop in Heist op den Berg, just a few weeks back. Last friday our last support act was done with support from Gigabyte and Kingston at the 2BY2 distributor Centre in Merksem Belgium.
I wasted already too many words, time for some pictures and lets start the final countdown for the HWBOT Teamcup 2013 !
Read more: HWBOT TeamCup 2013 Stage 4 @ MadshrimpsAcer Aspire E1-531 Laptop Review @ Madshrimps
The Aspire E-531 laptop from Acer is priced competitively and is equipped with a Pentium B960 CPU, 4GB of RAM and also a 500GB HDD from Western Digital (5400RPM). The quality of the build is decent and if we do not mind the glossy display, we can use it successfully for watching HD movies or play simple games on the web.
Read more: Acer Aspire E1-531 Laptop Review @ MadshrimpsCore i7-4770K Box Art Revealed? @ techPowerUp
Is this what Intel's 4th generation Core i7 "Haswell" retail box looks like? That is the question. For the first time in a decade, Intel could use a collage of pictures in its box-art. The running theme appears to be "creativity," with the box asking "what will you make?" You'll also notice that the box-art doesn't feature a small case-badge art. The top half of the front side could be what the badge ends up looking like. A little while ago, Intel made a cryptic Facebook post confirming a series launch along the sidelines of Computex 2013, held between 3rd and 7th June.
Read more: Core i7-4770K Box Art Revealed? @ techPowerUpToshiba Solid State Drive THNSNH256GCST 256GB Review @ HardwareHeaven.com
Today we have one of Toshiba's latest solid state drives for review, the THNSNH256GCST, which is ideal for desktops and portable systems thanks to its compact 7mm casing.
Read more: Toshiba Solid State Drive THNSNH256GCST 256GB Review @ HardwareHeaven.comTech-Life BeatBlock Premium Bluetooth Wireless Speaker Review @ NikKTech
April is almost over and so the time has finally come for most of us to start making preparations and plans for our summer vacations (although personally I'll be happy if i can manage to leave for just a week). This might be also why many friends and even some of you out there have asked from us to increase our reviews regarding mobile audio devices like Bluetooth headsets and speakers something which as you can easily see we've been doing already. However to satisfy that request we are working around the clock to acquire and test such devices from all the leading manufacturers in the field. One such manufacturer is Tech-Life (yet quite new) and today we will be taking a look at their BeatBlock Premium Bluetooth Wireless Speaker which according to them is the most advanced of its kind currently in the market.
Read more: Tech-Life BeatBlock Premium Bluetooth Wireless Speaker Review @ NikKTechVideo Perspective: Corsair Obsidian Series 350D Case Review @ PC Perspective
If you need a case for your next PC build, the chances are good that Corsair has a model that you'll like. Ranging from the obscenely large Obsidian 900D to the $69 Carbide 200R and just about everything in between, Corsair has a ton of options Today we are reviewing the brand new entrant to the Obsidian series, the 350D, that brings Corsair to the Micro-ATX form factor.
Read more: Video Perspective: Corsair Obsidian Series 350D Case Review @ PC Perspective